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Advances in the Biomechanics of the Hand and Wrist : NATO Science Series A - Frederic Schuind

Advances in the Biomechanics of the Hand and Wrist

NATO Science Series A

By: Frederic Schuind (Editor), Kai-Nan An (Editor), William P. Cooney (Editor), M. Garcia-Elias (Editor)

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William P. Cooney III, R. A. Berger, and K. N. An Orthopedic Biomechanics Laboratory Department of Orthopedic Surgery Mayo Clinic and Mayo Foundation Rochester, MN 55905, U. S. A. As surgeons struggle to find new insights into the complex diseases and deformities that involve the wrist and hand, new insights are being provided by applied anatomy, physiology and biomechanics to these important areas. Indeed, a fresh new interaction of disciplines has immersed in which anatomists, bioengineers and surgeons examine together basic functions and principles that can provide a strong foundation for future growth. Clinical interest in the hand and wrist are now at a peak on an international level. Economic implications of disability affecting the hand and wrist are recognized that have international scope crossing oceans, cultures, languages and political philosophies. As with any struggle, a common ground for understanding is essential. NATO conferences such as this symposium on Biomechanics of the Hand and Wrist provides such a basis upon which to build discernment of fundamental postulates. As a start, basic research directed at studies of anatomy, pathology and pathophysiology and mechanical modeling is essential. To take these important steps further forward, funding from government and industry are needed to consider fundamental principles within the material sciences, biomechanical disciplines, applied anatomy and physiology and concepts of engineering modeling that have been applied to other areas of the musculoskeletal system.

The NATO Advanced Research Workshop: Advances in the Biomechanics of the Hand and Wrist, Genval (Belgium), May 1992p. 1
The Anatomic, Constraint and Material Properties of the Scapholunate Interosseous Ligament: A Preliminary Studyp. 9
Effect of Repetitive Loading on the Wrist of Young Rabbitsp. 17
Cementless Total Trapezio-Metacarpal Prosthesis Principle of Anchoragep. 25
Passive Force-Length Properties of Cadaveric Human Forearm Musculaturep. 31
The Mechanical Properties of Finger Flexor Tendons and Development of Stronger Tendon Suturing Techniquesp. 41
Biomechanics of Flexor Pulley Reconstructionp. 59
Deep Ligaments of the Interphalangeal Joint of the Thumbp. 69
Anatomy of the Palmar Plates: Comparative Morphology and Motion Characteristicsp. 85
On a Model of the Upper Extremityp. 95
A Model of the Human Hand Dynamicsp. 107
Biomechanical Analysis of the Wrist Joint in Ergonomical Aspectsp. 123
Contact Pressures within Wrist Jointsp. 137
Joint Contact Pressures within the Normal Wrist: Experimental Versus Analytical Studiesp. 153
Stress Analysis of the Radiocarpal Joint from a Determination of the Subchondral Mineralisation Patternp. 159
Force Transmission Through the Proximal Carpal Rowp. 167
Quantitative Functional Anatomy of Finger Muscles: Application to Controlled Graspp. 177
Anatomic Forms of Male and Female Carpometacarpal Jointsp. 189
Finger Mathematical Modeling and Rehabilitationp. 197
Force Analysis of the Thumbp. 225
Stress Analysis of PIP Joints using the Three-Dimensional Finite Element Methodp. 237
Normal and Abnormal Carpal Kinematicsp. 247
Functional Anatomy of the Carpus in Flexion and Extension and in Radial and Ulnar Deviations: An In Vivo Two- and Three-Dimensional CT Studyp. 255
Role of the Wrist Ligaments with Respect to Carpal Kinematics and Carpal Mechanismp. 271
Kinematic Geometry of the Wrist: Preliminary Reportp. 281
A Computergraphics Model of the Wrist Joint: Design and Applicationp. 289
The Study of the Biomechanics of Wrist Movements in an Oblique Plane - A Preliminary Reportp. 305
The Envelope of Active Wrist Circumduction: An In Vivo Electrogoniometric Studyp. 313
Wrist Range of Motion in Activities of Daily Livingp. 329
Changes in the TFCC Articular Disk during Forearm Rotation: A Study of Configuration and Surface Strainsp. 335
The Role of the Scapho-Trapezial-Trapezoidal Ligament Complex on Scaphoid Kinematicsp. 345
Three-Dimensional In-Vivo Kinematic Analysis of Finger Movementp. 363
Three-Dimensional Four Variables Plot for the Study of the Metacarpo-Phalangeal Joint Kinematicsp. 377
Biomechanical Examination of Postoperative Flexor Tendon Adhesions in Rabbit Digitsp. 383
Aspects of the Biomechanics of Fracture Fixationp. 395
Dislocation and Instability of the Distal Radio-Ulnar Jointp. 401
Kinematic Dysfunction of the Distal Radioulnar Joint after Distal Radial Fracturesp. 427
Distal Radius Fractures: Evaluation of Instability and Therapeutic Approachp. 431
Geometric Analysis of Opening-Closing Wedge Corrective Osteotomy of the Distal Radius after Malunited Fracturep. 441
Scaphoid and Periscaphoid Injuries: Mathematical Patternp. 451
In Vivo Load-Displacement Behavior of the Carpal Scaphoid Ligament Complex: Initial Measurements, Time-Dependence, and Repeatabilityp. 457
The Use of Cine-Computed Tomography to Investigate Carpal Kinematicsp. 465
Surgical Treatment with External Fixator for Posttraumatic Carpal Instabilityp. 475
X-Ray Stereophotogrammetric Examinations of Flexor Tendon Excursion in the Tendon Sheath Area after Tendon Repairp. 487
Evamain: Computerised System for the Evaluation of the Handp. 499
Contributorsp. 511
Indexp. 519
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ISBN: 9780306445804
ISBN-10: 0306445808
Series: NATO Science Series A
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 522
Published: 28th February 1994
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 2.05
Edition Number: 22